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National Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr. Yaw Boateng Gyan says results of the investigations conducted by National Security into a controversial leaked tape where he (Gyan) was captured plotting to infiltrate the security services with party loyalists among others, does not come to him as a surprise.

According to him, some portions of the tape were doctored ostensibly to give different meanings to remarks he made at the said meeting.

National Security Co-ordinator, Col. Larry Gbevlo Lartey told the media on Monday that the leaked tape involving NDCís Yaw Boateng Gyan is ďnothing of value worth investigatingĒ.

The security capo said, "I have listened to the tape not less than five times... [and] has not found anything wrong with it,Ē he said.

The NDC National Organiser was captured on a leaked tape promising to fix some party loyalists into the security services. He was also heard on the tape saying he could secure sponsorship for some of the party loyalists and their families from the Finance Minister.

He however insists his intentions have been misconstrued.

Speaking in an interview on Peace FMís Kokrokoo Morning Show, Yaw Boateng Gyan, who strenuously maintained he had no ill-motives, said he has left everything in the hands of God because he (God) knows his heart is clean.

The soft-spoken NDC stalwart was emphatic that he will be the last person to plot or initiate violence in any form not to talk of killing his fellow human beings.

He categorically denied that he intended to get national security ID cards for the NDC activists so they can perpetrate violence pointing out that he was rather informing them that it was illegal for an ordinary person to bear a national security ID.

ďI swear on my late motherís grave, that I did not, at any point in time during the conversation with the young men, asked them to perpetuate violence and blame it on Nana Akufo-Addoís ďall-die-be dieĒ mantra,Ē he said.

Yaw Boateng Gyan also denied ever saying serving soldiers were part of the security personnel at the NDC headquarters, stressing that he only cautioned those he was interacting with that it will be at their own risk to still go to the party headquarters if they are accepted into the security services.
Source: Beatrice Adepa Frempong/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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